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Saskatoon’s Muslim community holding awareness day on Wednesday

Wednesday is Islam awareness day, and Saskatoon’s Muslim community is looking to quell misconceptions about their culture. The Islamic Association of Saskatchewan (IAS) said Saskatoon is generally a tolerant and understanding community, but it’s important to continue offering opportunities to learn more. “People do have a great understanding, and they’re very friendly,” Ilyas Sidyot, an imam with IAS, said. “If ... Read More »

Ahmadi Muslims raise Islam awareness in Cardiff

A group of Ahmadi Muslims have been litter picking and feeding homeless people to dispel “stereotypes” around Islam. They attend a mosque in Canton, Cardiff and about 35 members have been volunteering in the city and Newport. Exhibitions have also been set up in church halls and city streets to challenge “misconceptions about Islam”. The Ahmadi movement has its origins ... Read More »

IIMs can offer MBA only for 2-year course, B-schools told at HRD Ministry meeting

The ministry’s position on the duration of the degree programme now rules out the possibility of IIMs awarding a management degree even for the one-year postgraduate course for executives. The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) can offer an MBA degree only for their two-year programme, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar is learnt to have clarified at a meeting of IIM chairmen ... Read More »

CBSE Class 12 accountancy paper leaked on social media, Manish Sisodia confirms

CBSE Class 12 paper leaked: Purported copies of the paper were also doing the rounds on WhatsApp on Thursday morning. The same set of paper was received by the minister and was cross-checked. The Class XII accountancy paper of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has allegedly been leaked. Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia confirmed that the question paper, ... Read More »

APECET 2018: Online Registrations Begins

Online registration has begun for Andhra Pradesh Engineering Common Entrance Test (APECET 2018). The exam will be held on 3 May 2018. Online registration has begun for Andhra Pradesh Engineering Common Entrance Test (APECET 2018). The exam will be held on 3 May 2018. Candidates who wish to register for the exam can directly go to sche.ap.gov.in/ecet. The last date ... Read More »

Education Ministry: Islamic Education will help students master basics of religion

The practical activities contained in the Islamic Education subject will provide students with a better understanding of Islam and help them be good Muslims, said the Education Ministry today. The ministry also said the subject, through proper teaching and sessions, will help students understand the basics of Islam. “For the Islamic Education curriculum in primary and secondary schools, there is ... Read More »

Muslims should support construction of Ram temple: Giriraj Singh

Union Minister Giriraj Singh on Wednesday said that Muslims should follow in the footsteps of Shia Waqf Board and support the construction of Ram temple on the disputed site. “I believe our side is stronger. We will respect the court’s decision but I would say that the way our Shia brothers have extended support to build the Ram temple, other ... Read More »

Calls for Birmingham war memorial for Muslim soldiers who fought for Britain

Cllr Majid Mahmood said city is the ‘ideal’ location for a National monument to First and Second World War heroes  A councillor has called for a national memorial in Birmingham recognising Muslim soldiers who died in the first and second World Wars whilst serving in the British Army. Cllr Majid Mahmood (Lab, Hodge Hill) stated the second city is the ... Read More »

The Hague: Mosque vandalized

No group has claimed responsibility for act of vandalism in port city The Hague. A mosque in the Dutch port city of The Hague has been vandalized late Friday. So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the act of vandalism, in which a Turkish flag was crossed with red paint with slogans against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan also ... Read More »

$1.2m fund to pay Denmark’s veil fines

Algerian businessman vows to pay Danish face veil fines.  An Algerian businessman has said he would pay all the fines faced by women in Denmark who choose to wear full-face veils, as the Danish government on February 6 proposed a ban on full-face veils in public spaces. The measure has yet to be approved. Speaking to Anadolu Agency in front ... Read More »